Ferrari FF Accessories & Parts

About Ferrari FF

Introduced at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the Ferrari FF came to replace the aging Ferrari 612 Scaglietti. The FF is a 3-door grand tourer featuring a shooting-brake (type of sporting station wagon) body style. While the FF stands for 'Ferrari Four,' which means both four-wheel drive and four seats, the name itself reflects the unique nature of the GT. Indeed, it is the first ever Ferrari with the 4WD layout, and the world's fastest four-seat vehicle. The Ferrari FF parts and the car itself are manufactured in Maranello, Italy. The FF has a wheelbase of 116.1'', it is 193.2'' long, 76.9'' wide, and 54.3'' high. It is powered by a new 6.3L direct injection version of the Ferrari's classic V12 mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch semi-automatic transmission, similar to that one of the Ferrari 458 Italia and California. The engine cranks out 651 hp and 504 lb-ft of torque at 5,000 rpm, and develops the top-speed of 208 mph. The 0-60 sprint takes 3.7 seconds, which is 0.4 sec faster compared to its predecessor. The V12 returns 18 mpg and emits 360 g/km of carbon dioxide.

The AWD of the Ferrari FF is a completely new kind of system. It was developed, engineered and patented by Ferrari. The company says, it is almost 50 per cent lighter than a conventional 4WD system. The main difference between the Ferrari's AWD (also known as 4RM, or 4 Ruote Motrici) and a conventional system is in the lack of a center differential in the FF. Instead, the car uses a Power Transfer Unit that routs the power to the front wheels. As for the rear wheels, power goes through a torque tube to a rear-mounted transaxle that directs power to each individual wheel. When the rear axel does not manage to transmit all of the torque, the system employs the front wheels. The 4RM operates only when the Manettino dial is in the 'Snow' or 'Comfort' position. The range of the throttle/stability control/ suspension settings has five modes, including the above mentioned Snow and Comfort as well as Wet, Sport, and Track modes. Light weight is only one of the benefits delivered by the AMD system. Another benefit is that the system contributes to an excellent weight distribution of the FF (47:53, front-to-rear). The driving comfort is ensured by such Ferrari FF parts as MagnaRide magnetorheological dampers, ABS, ASR, and stability control systems.

Designed by Pininfarina in collaboration with Flavio Manzoni, Ferrari's chief designer, the FF comes as a part-wagon, part-coupe. It shares the design language, including such features as the twin circular tail lights and pulled-back headlights, with the recent Ferrari's. The list of standard Ferrari FF parts and accessories includes defined side skirts, four exhaust tips, and a large egg-crate grille. The combination of hatchback-like design and collapsible rear seats provides the FF with the cargo capacity ranging from 16 cu-ft to 28 cu-ft, depending on the rear seats position. The controls for headlights, turn signals, and wipers are integrated into the steering wheel to keep them close at hand. The new infotainment system of the FF comes standard with a 6.5'', high-contrast display with touch screen control; a satellite navigation system, a Bluetooth connection with Audio Streaming; voice activation; a display with alphanumeric keypad; and two USB ports. The cabin offers a plenty of features that can be ordered as extras, including a 16-channel stereo system with QuantumLogic® Surround Sound, 6-DVD player, a digital TV tuner and audio/video input for multimedia devices.

You can drive it any time and anywhere, regardless of weather and road conditions. Taking the Ferrari's DNA to the next level of evolution, the FF is packed with innovations. The exclusive 4RM system of the FF provides you with an exceptional performance even on snow, ice, and dirt. Its unique 6.3.L V12 engine is the largest capacity road-going Ferrari engine ever offered. Its sculptural body that features an innovative shooting-brake shape and its alluring cabin with the seats that cocoon the occupants deliver a third millennium driving comfort and joy. Front to rear, the Ferrari FF is a truly amazing GT that deserves to be treated right.

When you're serious about finding Ferrari FF Accessories and Parts, you can't count on anything less than superior quality. At CARiD, that is exactly what we offer. We work inside the industry along with every major manufacturer to be able to dish out nothing but the finest made Ferrari FF accessories and parts in the world. Grilles, spoilers, dash kits, floor mats, chrome trim, headlights, tail lights... the list goes on and on. Ferrari FF accessories aren't just a category at CARiD, they're a priority!

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Whatever you expect from your Ferrari FF, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Ferrari FF and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!

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